Executive coaching focuses on situations members of the Board of Directors or from the upper management of the organization are facing.
Any professional project accompanied by coaching is more likely to achieve excellence. A trust generating vision (overview or customized), management of change, individual self-development model, fitting in with the challenges of new position or responsibilities, here are some of the goals that executives from various companies turn into reality using coaching services.
After almost 15 years of executive experience in hierarchical or matrix corporations and companies of different areas, I may say that I am familiar with many aspects of teams and networks, of communication within and outside, of personal development, delegation and leadership, planning, productivity, and performance. I am well aware of the kind of responsibilities (sometimes enormous) that lay on the shoulders of such persons and the pressure they must keep up, moment by moment, given the expectations of both the shareholders and staff of the whole organization.
I am convinced that any executive no longer doubts the benefits of coaching. If needed, a study by the International Coach Federation (ICF) in the late 2010, revealed, for executive coaching, an individual ROI of over 300%.